In need of a little rescue from stressful work or craving for a soul treatment? Ninh van bay in Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa is definitely for you. With private eco- friendly villas looking over the sea, outstanding cuisine, butler service as well as the chance to scuba-dive and spa, this fairy-tale peninsula is absolutely a sweet remedy for you to swipe away everything bad and gain back energy.Now enjoy this 5 – minute-read post below and take some notes to prepare for your next trip to Ninh Van bay- one of the best bays in Vietnam.First, get to know about… Read More!
Saigon (a common name of Ho Chi Minh city) is a strange place. People may think that they understand it, explore all or its corners but someday they find out that this city offers more things to feel, taste, smell or do than they have ever imagined. It’s chaotic, crowded, tiring with traffic jam every day, loudy with bars and pubs all nights but it never let anyone get bored with as all things here are so real, lively and attractive. Well, if you have a weekend in Saigon, just try 7 following things then you’ll gradually feel the lure… Read More!
In some few days, millions of Americans will be crisscrossing the country to spend Thanksgiving with their families. Year by year, Thanksgiving starts with long streets packed with vehicles and ends with turkey feast in every home. Do you feel that boring? Here’s some inspiration: five countries and peoples that absolutely crush this harvest festival game. Read More!
As many as those who would relate cruising with crass tourism, an increasing number of people have realised that the judgement is untrue. With properly running vehicle and discreet guide, it can be an enjoyable, and especially efficient trip like any other one you can plan. We can immediately provide you 5 reasons why cruising Southeast Asia is the new trend of traveling You only need to unpack once, when boarding the ship. Then enjoy a long-haul trip to various destinations The exotic beauty of the Southeast Asia’s nature can hardly be rival A cruise in Southeast Asia also includes… Read More!
Indeed, travellers may find quite a number of old butter-yellow buildings with red roofs and green shutters in Vietnam. Hoi An is even called the Yellow City by BBC, because its old town are covered with a vibrant sunlight color. So, why is yellow in particularly? There are 3 main reasons. Architectural aestheticity Vietnam was a site to demonstrated French power in the Orient so French architectural styles were employed for colonial buildings in French-held Vietnam to express Indochina Governor’s “overwhelming passion to construct a colonial capital that would reflect the glory of France”. For example: The Presidential Palace of… Read More!
Have you ever wondered where you could flee if World War III were to break out? With an increasingly polarized and hostile political climate around the world, these days the question doesn’t seem entirely hypothetical. Right now we are seeing a fragmentation of traditional western alliances, and meanwhile Russia’s power is rising around the world. If you are in Asia, you might figure you are in pretty bad shape by default. Russia after all is right nearby, and both China and Japan are global superpowers with a strong martial history. China and India are the two most highly populated countries on… Read More!
With Halloween coming up, you are getting stuck for ideas of choosing costumes for this event? No fear, there are plenty of ways to come up with creative ideas for costume while keeping within a budget. Here are some of our advice that will help you to pick your perfect Halloween costume this year. Find your Halloween style Are you Sexy? Scary? Cute? Or Angry? Your Halloween costume is the great way to let people see a side behind of yourself that you don’t usually get a chance to share such as something really fun, wacky or scary. Or, it… Read More!
We were promised rain the moment we arrived at Siem Reap International Airport. And we expected that much, it’s in the middle of rainy season after all. We were even told to prepare a raincoat for tomorrow biking. It was a 15 km track, to which I was looking forward, except the raincoat bit. But all that immediately escaped my mind when warmly greeted by our Siem Reap team waiting at the arrival gate. We were all presented with a scarf, which we all later appreciated its importance in the humid weather, a very “Cambodian gift”. And then there was… Read More!